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Meet Sharrona Reaves!

Ethics Matters Q3 2023 Sharrona Reaves serves as director of programs and development for the NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT). In her role, Reaves is responsible for ensuring quality delivery of all CPT professional programs and services, assisting the CPT president with new business and development initiatives, budget preparation and implementation of fundraising […]

Good News: Airbnb Helps Hosts Become Greener

Ethics Matters Q3 2023 In recently published news, Airbnb announced on its website that it will offer eligible Hosts in Massachusetts up to $2,500 in grants for energy-efficient improvements that can reduce their heating and air-conditioning costs. The company is partnering with Abode Energy Management to support Hosts in Massachusetts on their sustainable home improvement […]

About the Ethical Leadership Certification Program (ELCP)

Ethics Matters Q3 2023 The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) launched the Ethical Leadership Certification Program (ELCP) in the spring of 2014 and has since acquired over 10,000 certified students in ethical leadership. This interactive online tool allows learners to identify ethical issues, navigate how to respond to ethical dilemmas and enhance their […]

Cuffed for a Cause: Introducing our 2023 Annual Meeting theme!

Ethics Matters Q3 2023 The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) is excited to announce that “Cuffed for a Cause” is the theme for this year’s fundraiser to be held during the NASBA Annual Meeting in New York, NY.  This year’s theme is a revisit of a very popular and successful fundraiser held in […]

Alfonzo Alexander Named Chair of PhD Project and Nashville Public Education Foundation  

Ethics Matters Q3 2023 Congratulations are in order for NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) President Alfonzo Alexander. Alexander was recently appointed as the new Board of Directors chair of The PhD Project and the Nashville Public Education Foundation.  The PhD Project (The Project) accomplishes its mission of increasing diversity in the business world […]

2023 StudentCPT Leadership Conference

Ethics Matters Q3 2023 The 2023 StudentCPT Leadership Conference (SLC) was held this June in Kansas, MO, at the Kansas City Marriott Downtown. This year’s conference theme was “Uncommon Leadership for Uncommon Times,” reiterating the importance of ethical leadership throughout changes in society.  The SLC was held in conjunction with the NASBA Western Regional Meeting […]

CPT On the Go – 2023 BAP and AAA Annual Meetings

Ethics Matters Q3 2023 The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) is a proud professional partner of Beta Alpha Psi (BAP) and was honored to attend its 2023 Annual Meeting this August. The BAP conference took place in Las Vegas, NV, and hosted prominent speakers, student leaders, community service outings and competitions. Representatives from […]

$279 Million: SEC Issues Largest Whistleblower Reward on Record  

Ethics Matters Q2 2023 An anonymous whistleblower that helped the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) catch a bad actor, was awarded $279 million for their assistance. This is the highest award ever paid to a whistleblower since the last highest of $114 million was issued in October 2020. The whistleblower caught a financial actor who […]

2023 CPT Golf Classic

Ethics Matters Q2 2023 On Monday, May 8, NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) supporters gathered at the Governors Club in Brentwood, Tennessee, to participate in the 2023 CPT Golf Classic. Held annually, the tournament raises funds to support NASBA Student Center for the Public Trust (StudentCPT) programming and was a resounding success.   […]

Recent CPT Speaking Engagements: Where in the World is Alfonzo Alexander?

Ethics Matters Q2 2023 NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) President Alfonzo Alexander has been busy visiting schools and conferences to broaden awareness about ethical leadership with students, professionals and their respective communities! Here’s what he’s been up to. In March, Alexander spoke to approximately 100 students at Texas A&M University.  In April, he […]